In Talbot, Ohio, a father's need for surgeries puts the family in a financial bind. His son Vince, an electrician, overhears a man talking about making a fortune in just a day. When the man overdoses on drugs, Vince finds instructions and a cell phone that the man has received and substitutes himself: taking a train to New York and awaiting contact. He has no idea what it's about. He ends up at a remote house where wealthy men bet on who will survive a complicated game of Russian roulette: he's number 13. In flashbacks we meet other contestants, including a man whose brother takes him out of a mental institution in order to compete. Can Vince be the last one standing? Written by
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Did You Know?
All of the numbers on the train cars shown in various parts of the film add up to the number 13. See more
Jefferson has sparrow tattoos on his shoulders. In scene after his guard tries to kill him, these tattoos disappear and re-appear shortly after. See more
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[running out of the house
Mom! You forgot it. Are you sure this is the right thing? It feels like we barely even thought about it.
Yeah, we did.
We don't have any other option, Clara.
Edited into The Clock
Be My Gun
Performed by: Verenice Buerling
Written by: Verenice Buerling
Composed by: Alexander Bubenheim See more